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&t shareholders want to know what kind of customer information the company is sharing with the nsa. but the telecom giant saying no way. who is right? >> stacy schneider says at&t is. attorney remy disagrees. what do you make of thii? they're just saying what, at&t? >> they're saying that we do not have an obligation to shareholders to tell them everytime we comply with a government subpoena. they're just following the law. they're following a normal course of don -- conduct for a corporation and transparency is the issue. they have to be legally transparent to the shareholders, but by saying we complied with another government subpoena, we followed the law again, it's not -- they don't have to do that. >> a lot of other companies have been part of this don't do that. >> right. the issue here is not whether or not the government gets to know where we are, who do we call, and every single phone data that at&t complies. that's a separate issue. the question is, if you are a consumer of at&t, or if you are a shareholder, here the shareholders own more than $500 million of at&t, they'r
, they should rebrand red suits for all these nsa guys. :: >> think that was santa? it was an nsa guy dressed as santa. now the judge is furious. wants to give them all a lump of legal coal. >> they deserve an indictment because it's a violation of state law, and federal law and a violation of the constitution. local police, seeing what the nsa is getting away with by capturing every text and e-mail and phone call and recording it and copying is, are now beginning to do the same thing. the have for $400,000 -- i'm going to tell you at the end of this segment where it came from -- bought a device that look like a cell tower and attracts cell phone calls to it. they set up that device wherever they want, and every cell phone call within whatever the distance is, 100 yards, quarter mile, half mile, is routed in there, and they record those cell phone conversations. >> the actual conversation. >> the actual conversation. they don't have a search warrant. they're doing this on their own in case we need to know who is making the phone calls. in case one of them is a bad guy. guess what. the fourth
, nobody contracted tb. so, we have all been on flights with somebody that is gross and covering and nsa -- nasty but didn't catch anything. it seems wrong because nobody wants to be by that person but it's not illegal. >> that's the last time i flew with hannity. rebecca, is the airline in any way at fault? it was notified very late in the game. so we can argue back to the passengers, look, we found out almost as soon as you did. does that carry much legal water? >> no, it doesn't. neil, be careful what you're asking for. because just imagine if they were responsible and you walk up to the counter and you start coughing, and they say, ooh, that sounds like a very deep cough coming from your chest. you might tb and we're not letting you on. >> is there any liability on the part of the airline? all these passengers are ticked off. >> of course they're ticked off. but it's what kelly said. exactly. the guy is in line, gets on the plane, the plane takes off, and then all of a sudden, cdc calls tsa, and says, hey, there's a guy on the plane and he is on the no-fly list. the only thing i'm co
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